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    Or just set all your clocks to UTC. I did that for about 6 months in 2010-2011, as a personal protest against the silly DST transition. Works ok if you’re willing to do time conversions in your head.

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      if you’re willing to do time conversions in your head

      In that case, setting any timezone would be ‘ok’.

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        UTC is the only timezone guaranteed to be free from DST.

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          Well the point is, if OP is willing to do time conversions in their head, then any timezone will do since they can all be converted.

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      I really like Joey’s mind. I would never think about changing my timezone, I would just change my alarm clock and be done with it.

      Having said that, it’s always nice to realize I can just do this on my own machine as I’m running Linux. These days even small things like this feel huge…

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        What could possibly go wrong? Time and date code works so well normally.